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Prince 3.10.108 d Salming 1.3.79: Mick Dyke d
Darren Roylance 3/0, Dave Cooper (sub) d Damien
Quigley 3/0, Colin Travers d Rikki Norman 3/0, Sonia
O’Keefe (sub) Lst Tayla Pritchard 1/3.
Head 3.9.116 d Slazenger 1.6.82: Dean Cheshire lt
Bill Doherty (sub) 0/3, Hank Norman d Brian Goodwin
3/0, Tim Waugh d Matt Canburn 3/1, Louis Nuttall d
Hayden Smith 3/2.
Dunlop 2.10.116 d Grays 2.8.115: Bill Doherty d
Daniel Kofoed (sub) 3/0, Adrian Nuttall d Geoff Mor-
ley 3/2, Daniel O’Keefe (sub) lt Dennis O’Keefe 2/3,
Hayden Smith (sub) lt Glen Smith 2/3.
The bye next week is Brock, Adrian, Dennis and
Glen. Supper is Trevor, Brian, Matt and Hayden.
DAY one of the game between Devon and Toora
played at Alberton West Recreation Reserve had
Toora captain Mitchell Jones won the toss and elect-
ed to bat and was soon in trouble with L. Toner dis-
missed third ball of the day caught and bowled by
Soon after that Jones was out for five, B. McGrath for a duck
as well as A. Pattie for J. Platt for ducks and L. Ireland for one
and Toora scored six for eight after 10 overs.
J. McDonald top scored with 11 and Toora eventually was
bowled out for 31 in the 19th
Nathan Clarke finished with three for eight, Richard John-
ston three for Nil, Louis Rodaughan two for six and Will Bod-
man two for 10.
In reply Devon was in early trouble loosing T. Chisholm out
for three, well stumped by Jones and Rodaughan out for seven
to be two for 14 and soon three for 33 with Evans out for four to
tight bowling from Pattie and McGrath.
Harry Moore and Corbin Sutherland then came together to
take the score to 54 before Moore was dismissed for a well made
34 and then Clarke and Sutherland took the score to 125 before
Platt dismissed the Devon captain for a well made 55 and then
Devon declared after 31 overs.
This left Toora 16 overs to face and was soon in trouble with
McGrath dismissed for three and Jones for two both to the bowl-
ing of Johnston.
Toner and Pattie safely took the score to two for 28 after 16
over and stumps for day one.
THE first day of the match
between Binginwarri and De-
von North turned out to be
one dominated by the bowlers
as 23 wickets fell for the day.
Bingi bowled first, with the
combination of Doran and Haffen-
den proving too good for the Devon
Haffenden kept the runs down
at one end and Doran destroyed the
stumps at the other.
Milne was the only batsman to
really trouble the scorers with 23,
followed by Brett Gay on 14.
Doran finished the innings with
seven for 40 off 13 overs while
Haffenden was well rewarded to fin-
ish with two for 18 off his 12 overs.
Devon North was all out for 81.
Bingi came out to bat with intent
trying to knock off the total early
and have a chance to gain maximum
points and finish the season higher
on the ladder.
However, the ball dominated
early again with Love striking three
times in two overs and Bingi look-
ing shaky at three for 13. Doran and
Haffenden came together again, this
time with the bat, to steady the ship.
They put on a 33 run partnership
before both their wickets fell and
Bingi was in trouble again at five
for 54. Then Big Billy Jenkins came
to the crease and all of a sudden bat
was dominating ball as he raced to
a game changing 44 which included
three sixes and three fours.
Bingi’s innings finished at 112,
with Love being the best of the De-
von North bowlers with six for 32
after his nine overs. Bingi’s captain
then asked Devon North to bat again
for the remaining 10 overs of the
Bingi’s bowlers toiled well to
have Devon North in trouble again
at three for 37 at stumps to set up an
interesting day next week as Bingi
looks to get its first outright win of
Life Saving Club
nippers have done it
After bring home the
spoils from the Seaspray
carnival, the mighty nip-
pers hosted their own
carnival and secured an-
other win against Lakes
Entrance and Seaspray
Coordinator of the
nippers program Brydie
Hurrel has done an excel-
lent job of preparing her
nippers for the carnivals
and will be hoping that
all continue on with the
program next summer.
Nippers are winners
Ride in: Woodside’s Charlie Dillow rides the wave into shore in the iron man
challenge at Woodside on Sunday.
Good effort: Ashley Wyatt and Emma Van Der
Lustgraaf representing Woodside Surf Life Saving
Club at the Woodside nippers carnival.
Place getters: Woodside nippers Daniel Avery and
Ashton Janssen line up to receive their ribbons af-
ter the under nine ironman races.
Action packed: Emma Van der Lustgraaf finishes
her board race well for Woodside Surf Life Saving
Busy: Woodside nipper, Grace Dillow gets a good start in the board race at the
Woodside surf carnival.
Off and racing: Woodside nippers show the way during the nippers carnival
at Woodside on Sunday.
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